Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN)

The Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) helps families who are homeless by giving them shelter and three meals a day through the hospitality of different churches and synagogues.


St. Cassian Church will be hosting the families during the week of February 18 through February 25.  The parish community has worked together for many years to make this outreach a success.  If you are interested in volunteering during (or to help prepare for) our host week, please sign up using the links below.


 Activities & Overnight  ⇐ Click Here
Volunteers needed to stay with our guest for 2-3 hour shifts during weekday evenings, weekends, and President’s Day.  Overnight volunteers are also needed.  The main goal is for our volunteers to be helpful to our clients and provide any assistance as needed.  This may include helping to watch the children, help with homework, or engage in age-appropriate games.  If you plan on bringing your child(ren), please provide their ages, and be available to supervise your children as well as the children they engage with.

Meal Preparation  ⇐  Click Here
Throughout the week, volunteers are needed to prepare meals to feed about 10-20 people. Cooks are also welcome share a meal with our guests and fellow volunteers.

Shopping List  ⇐ Click Here
If you are able and willing to donate essential items needed throughout the week, please sign up and drop it off in the Parish Center by Tuesday, Feb. 13.

On Wednesday, February 13 at 7pm in Larkin Hall, there will be a training and info session for volunteers who will be interacting with our guests.

For more information, contact Lee Ann Rivera